100% Pinot Bianco from Alto Adige, Italy.
SRP of $26 and available for as low as $17. Sample received courtesy Cornerstone Communications for review purposes.
From the bottle:
“Grapes from outstanding single vineyards are selected for our top-quality Praedium wines: characteristic of the region with good body and a distinctive elegance.
Our travels through the wines of Alto Adige bring us back to one of the most popular grapes in the area, Pinot Bianco or Pinot Blanc. The other wines we’ve sampled from Alto Adige include:
Other wines in the Wines From Alto Adige series:
- 2010 Nals Margreid Penon Pinot Bianco
- 2009 Manincor Lagrein Rubatsch
- 2010 Erste + Neue Weissburgunder-Pinot Blanc
- 2010 San Pietro Lagrein
- 2011 Castelfeder 15 Pinot Grigio
- 2010 Colterenzio Weisshaus Pinot Bianco
- 2009 Castel Sallegg Lagrein Riserva
- 2011 Nals Margreid Galea Vernatsch Schiava
- 2010 Tramin Lagrein
- 2010 Tiefenbrunner Turmhof Lagrein
Not a bad one in the group and the best news is that we’re not done yet as we’ve got several more delicious wines lined up for the coming weeks. The 2010 Colterenzio Weisshaus Pinot Biancobegins with a really inviting aroma of pear, melon and a bit of zesty citrus. Tasting the wine reveals similar flavors to the bouquet along with good, zesty acidity, a wonderful rich taste and a really nice mouthfeel. Don’t drink this wine too cold to get the best experience (i.e. if you put it in the fridge let it warm up a bit before drinking). It ends nicely with some chalky mineral notes. This wine has the potential to age 5-10 years. See a listing of local retailers selling this wine here.
Overall Rating: 7.0
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